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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Bennington, Vermont Bennington area Church events Bennington Banner saturday november 20, iot�?3 second congregational Church 9 to . A choir rehearses. To a worship service. Nursery provided. Church school classes through Grade 6 meet. 6 30 . A youth group meets. Monday a i . A us dance group meets. 7 a boy scouts meet. Tuesday a 3 . A girl scouts and brownies meet. 7 30 a women Saa meets. Wednesday a 7 30 . A menus a meets. Friday a i . A us dance group meets. First Baptist Church 8 30 and la . A worship services with Sermon a the arrogance of thankless Ness a by the Rev. Floyd i. La bombard pastor. Nursery available during second service. 9 30 a Church school classes for All Ages meet. Nursery provided. 11 30 a children a time. 6 30 . A Junior and senior byes meet. Monday a 7 . A weight watchers meet. 7 30 a Board of Christian education meets. Trustees meet. 8 . A diaconate meets. Tuesday a 3 30 . A brownies meet. 7 30 a thanksgiving service in Chapel. Saturday a 10 30 . A Junior choir rehearses. Federated Church East Arlington 10 . A worship service with Sermon by the Rev. John Geer pastor and reception of White gift thanks offering followed by Coffee hour in Bailey Hall. Church school classes through Grade 6 meet. 12 15 . A family covered dish luncheon. 7 30 a youth group meets. Monday a to . A refinishing and caning class meets. 3 . A 4-h group meets. Seventh Day adventist Church saturday a 9 30 . A Sabbath school la a worship service conducted by George c. Mills pastor. Tuesday �?7 30 . A prayer meeting. Congregational Church East Dorset 9 30 . A worship service. Sunday school classes meet in Chapel. St. Mary a in the mountains episcopal Wilmington 11 . A worship service conducted by the Rev. John c. Morris vicar. Wednesday a 9 . A holy service Petersburg n y. The evangelical ministers association of the greater Bennington area Are sponsoring a Union thanksgiving service Here at 7 30 . Tuesday in the Baptist Church. First congregational Church old Bennington la . A divine worship in Observance of forefathers sunday with Sermon a a Pilgrim gratitude a by the Rev. Or. Arvel m. Steece minister. Miss Randa Hilliard will sing a a Light by John Prindle Scott and a Bow Down thy earn by Chancellor Jenks and Junior choir will sing a a father in heaven by Flemming and a Praise for the year a a medieval French tune. Thursday a 10 30 . A Community thanksgiving service with Sermon by the Rev. Richard Campbell pastor of the first United methodist Church and with ministers and laymen of other area churches participating. First United methodist Church. Shaftsbury 9 30 . A adult study group and sunday school classes through Grade 12 meet. 10 45 a divine worship with Sermon a thanksgiving a by the Rev. Angus j. Macdonald pastor. Choir will sing a let All things now living a a traditional English Melody. Nursery available. Tuesday �?7 . A executive committee of a pcs meets in social room. Bazaar Booth workers meet. Thursday a 7 . A senior choir rehearses. Missionary Alliance Church 9 45 . A sunday school classes meet la a worship service conducted by the Rev. Franklyn j. Klein jr., pastor. 7 . A missionary film a Bali Island of the gods a to be shown. Wednesday a 7 30 . A song and Praise prayer service. Society of friends quakers 10 30 . A worship meeting at Bennington free Library. Church of god to . A worship service conducted by Leslie Wright minister with Sermon by the Rev. Paul m. Carr. 7 . A evangelistic service. Wednesday a 7 30 . A prayer meeting. United Church Dorset East Rupert 9 30 . A Church school la a worship service with Sermon by the Rev. Hal c. Mixer Iii pastor. Community Church Pownal 9 . A worship service conducted by Douglas Weiss minister. To a sunday school classes meet. Sacred heart Ca Thouc Church 8, to 11 30 . And 5 . Masses. Saturday a 5 . A mass. Christmas party plans made by North i Village Church group at the monthly meeting of the North Bennington Baptist women a Fellowship plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at the heritage House on monday dec. 13. It is requested that each member take a gift no Church of god to have guest speaker sunday the Rev. Paul m. Carr who recently moved to Bennington will be the guest speaker sunday at the Church of god services. Previous to moving Here oct. I to work As a Salesman of the american Linen company he had served for six years As pastor of the congregational Church in Windsor mass., and for a year and a half before that As pastor of the full gospel Church in Allagash me. For the year ending this past july he had been heard on the living word program broadcast Over station Watn. The Rev. Or. Carr a native vermonter is a 1962 graduate of Zion Bible Institute in East Providence . And is married to the former Connie Louise Hall of Muncy a. The Carrs have three children Tammy Dorene Brian and Melanie Rose. To exceed $1 in value. It was voted to give the usual Christmas gifts to care the leprosy organization and the american Bible society. The amount of $100 was voted for the Vermont Baptist stewardship movement and also a gift of $25 to the sunday school. The slate of officers for the coming year was presented with mrs. George Delaney president mrs. Stuart Preston vice president mrs. John Cook treasurer mrs. Robert Mackey Secretary and mrs. Edith Burns on the Sunshine committee. Other committee Heads Are to remain As of last year. Mrs. Walthrude Pierce led the devotional service with readings appropriate to the thanksgiving season. The love gift offering was taken. For her program mrs. Alfred Scott read an article about the world Baptist Day of prayer which is observed the first sunday in november by Baptist women throughout the world. Special meetings Are held on that Day and a program of evangelism and Christian service is carried out in Many countries. The refreshment committee consisted of mrs. Preston mrs. I it to Maxon mrs. David Kenyon and mrs. Fred Charlton. Redeemer lutheran Church 9 . A worship service at St. Joseph College with Sermon a hands a by the Rev. Allen Barnes pastor followed by Coffee break. 10 15 a sunday school classes for All Ages meet. First Baptist Church Manchester Center 9 30 . A Church school classes meet la a worship service conducted by the Rev. Frederick Buechner interim pastor. First congregational Church Manchester 8 30 . A Early service in parlor with Richard Duff As Leader. 9 45 a sunday school classes through Grade 8 meet la a divine worship with Sermon a thanksgiving is therapeutic a by the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey jr., minister. Pilgrim singers will sing a special choral Introit Chancel choir will sing a behold now Praise the lord by tit comb and Leonard Stokes and mrs. Paul Wilcox will sing a god is in Ives by Theodore Dubois. 6 . A youth Fellowship meets in youth room. Monday a 8 . A uhf executive Board meets in parlor. Methodist Church West Arlington 8 55 . A worship service with Sermon by the Rev. John Geer pastor. Baptist Church Wilmington 10 30 . A worship service. 11 30 a sunday school. Congregational Church North Pownal 9 . A sunday school classes meet. 10 15 a worship service conducted by the Rev. Jim Metcalf minister. Tuesday a 5 30 . A Mayflower pact meets. 7 a youth Fellowship meets. Wednesday a 7 30 . A Bible class meets. Baptist Church North Bennington 9 45 . A sunday school classes meet la a worship service with Sermon by the Rev. Alfred Scott pastor. 6 . A by meets. Wednesday a 7 30 . A Union thanksgiving service. Church of Christ West Rupert 10 . A sunday school la a worship service with Sermon by the Rev. Howard b. Ford jr., minister and Observance of lords supper. 6 30 . A Young Peoples group meets at parsonage. 7 30 a song service with Sermon by the minister. Wednesday a 7 30 . A Bible study and prayer service at parsonage. St. Margaret Mary Cathoir pc Church Arlington 8 and 10 30 . A masses celebrated by the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley pastor. Saturday a 4 to 4 30 . A confessions. 6�? mass which satisfies sunday obligation. Church of Christ 9 30 . A Bible classes for Nursery through adult la a worship service. 7 . A study and devotional period. Wednesday a 7 . A midweek study and devotional period with classes for preschool children through adults. Our lady of Fatima Ca Thouc Church Wilmington to . A mass. Saturday a 7 30 . A mass. Confessions preceding each mass. Church of Jesus Christ of i Atter Day saints mormons 9 30 . A sunday school with classes for All Ages at masonic Temple la a sacrament meeting. Baptist Church Pownal 10 . A sunday school. 11 15 a worship service conducted by the Rev. Kenneth Schwebel pastor. Wednesday a 6 30 . A choir rehearses. 7 a women a Fellowship meets. 7 30 a prayer service. Saturday a 6 30 . A youth group meets. St. James episcopal Church Arlington 8 . A holy communion with the Rev. Lawrence Sherwin Rector As celebrant. To a holy communion and Sermon by mrs. Nancy Tschorn a member of the vestry. Christian education classes through Grade 6 meet. Wednesday a 7 30 . A Community thanksgiving service. Zion episcopal Church Manchester Center 8 . A holy communion. To a holy communion and Sermon by the Rev. Canon Robert l. Clayton Rector. Tuesday a 2 45 . A Church school classes meet. 7 30 a prayer Book study group meets. Thursday a to . A thanksgiving service of holy communion with music. All faiths Chapel Vermont veterans Home 9 . A thanksgiving sunday worship service with Sermon a the Road less travelled a by the Rev. M. Everett Corbett chaplain. First Church of Christ scientist la . A Church school classes meet. Worship service with lesson Sermon a soul and body a including words of Christ Jesus a and thou Shalt love thy god with All thy heart and with All thy soul and with thy mind and with All thy Nursery provided. Wednesday a 7 30 . A testimony meeting. Thursday a to . A thanksgiving service. Reading room in Church open la . To 2 . Wednesday Friday and saturday. St. Peters episcopal Church 8 . A holy communion. 9 15 a family eucharist and Sermon la a morning prayer and Sermon by or. Livingston t. Merchant or. Monday a 3 30 . A brownies meet. Tuesday a scouts meet. Thursday communion Mun Ion and Mon by the congregational Church North Bennington 9 15 . A Church school classes through Grade 8 meet. Worship service with Sermon by the Rev. J. Richard Sherlock pastor followed by Coffee hour and reception for or. And mrs. Kenneth Porter or. In Observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. 1 30 . A youth group meets for work session. 6 a pairs and spares hold potluck supper. Tuesday a 7 30 . A Bible study group meets at Home of mrs. Oce Jones. First United methodist Church 9 45 . A worship service with Sermon a do you always have to be thankful a by the Rev. Richard d. Campbell pastor. Nursery provided. Church school classes through Grade to meet. Wednesday a 6 . A youth choir rehearses. 7 15 a Sanctuary choir rehearses. Scientists plan special service o f the a n Kosgi ring a thanksgiving service will be held at to . Thursday in the first Church of Christ scientist on Hillside Street and its members have extended an invitation to All to join them in praising and thanking god for his Many blessings. Hymns of gratitude will be Sung and members will express their appreciation for sharing in gods abundant Blessing. A passage from ii corinthians 4 15, a fall things Are for your Sakes that the abundant Grace might through the thanksgiving of Many rebound to the glory of god a will be included in the god and Man area Church Council meets at the holy Cross novitiate the Bennington area Council of churches met tuesday night at the holy Cross novitiate and its head the Rev. Thomas Marosse Csc was guest speaker and told of the history and purpose of the order. He said that the novitiate prepares Young men to be members of the holy Cross order which originated in France about 150 years ago after the French revolution and that it is composed of priests and laymen who operate schools serve local churches and the third world people. He explained that is like a family and its members done to Lead a hermits life but rather work on the land and life from the a common the local novitiate belongs to the orders Eastern province and for. Marosse explained that it is one of six provinces in the United states with four in Canada and one in France. The holy Cross Superior general is in Rome. For. Marosse noted that students at the novitiate Are generally from 19 to 30 years old and that they spend a year of orientation in meditation on the gospel and Christian life. They concentrate he said on prayer the eucharist Faith love and redemption leading to a Way of life of evangelical poverty celibacy and serving the needs of the Church. He said that a typical Day starts at 6 45 . With prayer followed by breakfast and then to the barn to milk the cows with the milk being sold to Fairdale farms he added. Classes Start at 9, continue until an 11 15 mass which is followed by lunch. In the afternoon there is work to be done on the House and grounds followed by prayer at 5 30 and then supper. In the evenings the students Are free for prayer Reading discussions and area services such As tutoring at the Abc House serving As an orderly at the Hospital or talking with patients in the extended care Section teaching religion and working with the boy scouts. Following for. A Rosset stalk he introduced two members of the order and two novices each of whom spoke briefly and answered questions during the discussion period which followed. Loomis Dana Council president conducted a Brief business meeting during which the Rev. Edward b. Geyer jr., vice president presented a report on the councils recent work with migrant ministry. Plans were also announced for the Community thanksgiving service sponsored by the Council to be held at the first congregational Church in old Bennington. Other activities in the planning stage Are a Christmas Carol sing a Christian Unity service and the councils newsletter. Milton Pinsker who worked with the Rev. Angus Macdonald on revisions for the councils Constitution presented the proposed changes which were accepted in a modified form. A tour of the Chapel and dining room closed the meeting. Refreshments had been served by for. Marosse and his assistants prior to the meeting. The councils next regular meeting has been changed to 8 . Tuesday dec. 14 in St. Peters episcopal Church with a program to be announced later. The lost is restored the Rev. Allen Barnes pastor of the lutheran redeemer Church which holds sunday services each week at St. Joseph College is now also a firm believer in the Power of the press. I ast saturday on this Page there was a picture of the Rev. Or. Barnes taken sometime ago As he placed the churches sign next to that of the College but with the information that the sign was missing and that the Church would like to have it Back a with no questions during the week a Call was received by the pastor regarding the sign and then another saying that it had been taken Back to the College and that is where it was found. The pastor and his flock Are deeply appreciative to the individuals involved in returning the sign and say that it will be in place each weekend to announce the lutheran services hoping that it will encourage those without other Church affiliation to come and worship with them. A prayer for this thanksgiving 3 45 . A girl 8 . A holy to a holy com thanksgiving ser Rev. Edward b. Geyer jr., Rector. St. Francis de sales Catholic Church 6 45, 8, 9 15, and 10 30 . A masses. Saturday a 5 and 7 . A mass. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church North Bennington 9 and 11 30 . A masses. Saturday a 7 . A mass. Old Stone Church Independent Baptist North Bennington 9 45 . A sunday school classes for All Ages la a worship service with Sermon by the Rev. Edwin m. Ellis pastor. Nursery provided. 6 . A Young people meet. Wednesday a 7 30 . A midweek prayer meeting. Kingdom Hall j Jehovah is w witnesses 9 . A Public talk. 10 30 a watchtower study. Tuesday a 7 30 . A congregation Bible study. Thursday a 7 30 . A ministry school. 8 30 a service meeting. Our lady of Lourdes Catholic Church North Pownal 9 . A mass holy Days. 7 . A advanced due to the thanksgiving Holiday next week the deadline for Church notices and new items must be advanced to wednesday noon. By Louis Cassels up religion writer a prayer for this season that time is Here again o Inird. The season we Call by act of Congress and solemn proclamation of the president we americans Are supposed to join together next thursday in thanking you for the blessings you have bestowed upon us As a nation. Actually lord As you Well know most of us will put the Holiday to More a a practical uses such As starting a four Day weekend trip or raking leaves or watching a football game or having the family in for a big Turkey dinner. We feel a Little constrained about this business of being publicly thankful for what we have together As americans. Some of us the younger ones especially Are not so sure what we be got is Worth bragging about a or being thankful for. Many More of us simply take it All for granted. A few of us Are embarrassed by the riches of a nation which having 6 per cent of the worlds people annually gobbles up nearly 50 per cent of its goods. We wonder whether we should thank you for this largesse or fall to our Knees in repentance for failing to be More generous in sharing our wealth with hunger bloated babies in Calcutta refugee Camps and african children whose bodies Are tortured by bilharzia. Of course lord there also Are among us people who think we deserve to be Richer and better fed and better housed than anyone else. We got Here by hard work and Good old american ingenuity they say so lets live it up and enjoy it and Don t kid ourselves about giving god and credit for it. And that suggests something that a majority of us might agree that we can and should be thank Ful for on this coming Day of National thanksgiving. We thank you gracious father for your infinite patience with us. We thank you for not having a yet administered the kind of comeuppance to us which you were always doling out to the people of ancient Israel who dared to Call themselves gods people just As we with perhaps greater temerity like to refer to America As a a nation under give us Grace merciful lord to apply honestly to our own nation and our own time the words of warning you spoke to the people of Israel 2,500 years ago through the Prophet Jeremiah a i brought you into a plentiful land to enjoy its fruits and its Good things. A but when you came in you defiled my land and made my heritage an abomination. A this people has a stubborn and rebellious heart they have turned aside and gone away. A they have become great and Rich a they have grown fat and sleek. A they know no Bounds in deeds of wickedness a they judge not with Justice the cause of the fatherless and they do not defend the rights of the needy. A shall i not punish them for these things says the lord a and shall i not avenge myself on a nation such As this a not the most cheerful thought to Ponder next thursday Between your Turkey dinner and the football game. But it just might be terribly relevant. Pearl s. Buck honoured for a the Story Bible Danby a Pearl s. Buck of Dan by and Kenneth n. Taylor authors of a the Story Bible and a the living Bible a have received the 1971 awards of the laymen a National Bible committee according to Myron Many churches to note Bible sunday tomorrow Community service set for thanksgiving Day troubled distressed Call the United counselling service 442-5429 United methodist Church Pownal 9 30 . A worship service conducted by the Rev. David Hubbard minister. 10 30 a sunday school. Cia uses resume Arlington Christian education classes kindergarten through Grade 6, will be resumed at to . Sunday in St. James episcopal Church and the program is open to non episcopalians. The Rev. Richard d. Campbell pastor of the first United methodist Church will deliver the Sermon a covering All bets a at the Community thanksgiving service to be held at 10 30 . Thursday in the first congregational Church in old Bennington. The service is sponsored by the Bennington Council of ministers and representatives of various churches will participate. The invocation and lords prayer will be led by the Rev. Angus j. Macdonald of the Shaftsbury first United methodist Church Robert m. Aga re of the Bennington friends meeting will Lead the psalter Reading the Rev. Thomas d. Steffen of the second congregational Church acc will read the old testament lesson and the Rev. Allen s. Barnes of redeemer lutheran Church will read the new testament lesson. Also the Rev. Floyd i in bombard of first Baptist Church will offer the thanksgiving prayer mrs. Russell w. Geroleman will sing a a prayer by Guion and a a alleluia by Hummel and the Rev. Or. Arvel m. Steece of the Host old first Church will give the Benediction. Organist will be mrs. John f. Flagg. The offering after expenses will be Given to Aid the Relief work of Church world service an interdenominational Agency. New York Many churches across the country will Mark Bible sunday this week. It is an annual event highlighting the importance of daily scripture Reading which the american Bible society advocates. In so doing the churches also will give their endorsement to the 31st Observance of National Bible week nov. 21-28. Youth participation an emphasis of this years Observance will be stressed by the churches As they focus on the increasingly Church gives food service Schwoon i Ake by. About 25 residents of this Adirondacks Community Are visited daily by volunteers from the Schwoon Lake United methodist Church who bring hot meals for lunch and bag meals for the evening. Recipients of this service Are persons who Are unable to Cook for themselves or ones who cannot easily get out to Purchase supplies or people who cannot afford to buy a variety of nutritionally sound foods. Most of the clients Are old infirm and live alone and All of them Are persons who not Only appreciate the service but the personal Contact with the volunteers. The total Cost of the program runs about $7,500 for the 25 persons and support is received through Catholic charities the United methodist National Board of missions and from state and association agencies of the United Church of Christ. The Church has also investigated the possibility of the client using food Stamps to pay for meals and it is negotiating with the department of agriculture for surplus food supplies. Urgent need for scripture Reading to give purpose and direction to ones life in these troublesome times. Copies of a multicoloured poster produced by the american Bible society entitled a one Book a have been widely circulated and have been Given prominent display on Many Church bulletin boards. The poster depicts Many flags with a Light Blue one in the forefront on which an open Bible rests on a Bright yellow Circle. A sphere representing the entire world encompasses All. This is just one of a number of items produced by the society which cooperates with the laymen a National Bible committee sponsor of the eight Day Observance. A with thanksgiving a is a pamphlet that lists suggested Bible readings for Bible week starting with psalms too and 150, two great hymns of Praise. The society has sold More than a Quarter of a million copies of this pamphlet in response to popular demand. A bookmark with suggested verses to be read during the week and during the worldwide Bible Reading program the society a program from thanksgiving through Christmas has been distributed in excess of a million copies. I. Boardman president of the interfaith Lay organization which sponsors National Bible week. The award presentations were made at the National Bible week luncheon Friday at hotel Pierre in new York. The luncheon honoured former supreme court Justice Arthur j. Goldberg first jew to be the National chairman of Bible week. Miss Buck Only woman Winner of the Nobel prize in literature and also a Winner of the pulitzer prize received an award for the retelling of selected stories from the Bible. Taylor was honoured for his 14-year work of paraphrasing a the living both books were written primarily for will discuss moral problems North Adams mass. A a Many a changing moral problems in today a life will be discussed at meeting of the humanist Fellowship on sunday evening at the unitarian universalist Church. A social hour with refreshments starts at 7, and the discussion will run from 7 30 to 9 of clock. A interested persons Are invited to attend and participate. Humanists Are concerned with helping people achieve their Fuu Finnan potential and to influence society to be More moral compassionate and just. They feel that Man has the right to make his own choices in life and can Rati Nauy rely on his own Powers. For further information Cau 458-5534, Williamstown. The following meeting will be dec. 5. Same time and place. Free amp available now Ouk 197 i-1972 gift catalogue thousands of great gift ideas Hka tk�asob0 Chest div. . Collins co. 2 Roberts drive North Adams mass. Open Mon sat. 9 30-5 30, thurs. Till 9 pm

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